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Electronics: CCP for Electronics Operator
Reskill your competencies to take on new jobs
Accurate as of 12 Jan 2023
What is it?

As part of Workforce Singapore’s (WSG) initiative to support mid-career jobseekers and help them move into new occupations and sectors, WSG worked with the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), the Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association (SSIA), and the electronics industry to develop the CCP for Electronics Operator. The CCP integrates job-matching and training to help jobseekers join the industry, and to reskill those with the necessary competencies to take on new job roles as Operators or equivalent.

This is a 3-month programme which operates on a Place-and-Train mode. Individuals are hired by participating companies before undergoing training through customised facilitated classroom training and structured On-the-Job Training (OJT). The programme is designed for different job roles and can be further tailored to individuals’ developmental needs so as to equip them with the relevant skills and competencies for successful career conversions.

For more information, you may refer to the infokit here.

Who can apply?

Candidates with technical background are preferred but not necessary.

Individuals - Locals who meet the following criteria can apply for the programme:

  • Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident
  • Minimum 21 years old
  • Graduated or completed National Service for at least 2 years[1] prior at the point of application
  • New job role trained for under the programme should be substantially different from previous job role(s), hence requiring reskilling for career conversion[2]
  • Meet employer or course-specific selection criteria for each programme, where applicable

Beyond the general eligibility criteria for CCPs, applicants should also not be:

  • Shareholders## of the participating company, or its related entities
  • Immediate ex-staff of the participating company or its related entities
  • Related to the owners^ of the participating company


Employer – The participating company must fulfil the following criteria:

  • Registered or incorporated in Singapore
  • Able to offer employment directly related to the job which the programme is for, with remuneration that is commensurate with the market rate (e.g. $1,500 - $2,200)
  • Commit to the training arrangements for the individuals whom they have selected

##Does not apply to publicly traded shares in listed companies

^For non-publicly listed companies, refers to individuals with shareholding per ACRA profile

[1] This will be counted from the date of graduation from latest qualification, or date of completion of national service, whichever is later.

[2] CCPs are geared towards helping individuals acquire skills to change careers. Hence, there is a requirement for career conversion when individuals undergo a CCP.

How does it work?

Full-Time / Part-Time

Full Time

Duration of Programme

Up to 3 months, comprising facilitated classroom training, and structured On-the-Job training (OJT)

Training Schedule:


Class Size:






Funding to Employers by WSG*

Standard Rate

Enhanced Rate

Salary Support

Up to 70% of monthly salary

(capped at $2,000 per month)

Up to 90% of monthly salary


(capped at $3,000 per month)

For Long-term Unemployed^ Singapore Citizen (SC) trainees or mature SC Trainees aged 40 and above

*Funding caps may apply

^Defined as being unemployed and actively seeking employment for six months or more. 

Contact details

Interested companies or individuals may contact:

Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association (SSIA)